How to draw... anything

As children, we instinctively recognise drawing as a powerful means of communication but as we grow older, it's often undervalued compared to writing..

Visualising Workshops: Q&A with facilitator Alison Coward

As a long-standing partner of Bracket, Scriberia have been lucky enough to have a ringside seat at many of Alison's innovative workshops, designed to..

Unlocking the Power of Visual Thinking Strategies

What is visual thinking? Perhaps unsurprisingly, we thought it might be best to explain visual thinking VISUALLY... Take a look: {% video_player..

Picture-literate in six brilliant weeks

When it comes to finding a way through dense issues and challenges, Sande realised how often standard comms tools miss the mark. So she resolved to..

Visual thinking gives us humanity, clarity and childlike curiosity

Hazel White's work with the NHS, helping doctors share specialist knowledge about end-of-life care during the Covid pandemic, gave her a strong sense..

Visualising a pandemic

This year we all became fluent in the new, universal visual language of Coronavirus. That spiky little ball, the worrying upwards trajectory of..

Practising the practical art of drawing

Drawing is the tool we use to express our visual thinking. And we know that when we're thinking visually - whether we're making plans, plotting..

Drawing on knowledge

Have you ever tried to draw a portrait? At the risk of stating the obvious, portraiture is a process of studying your subject, accumulating..